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 Post subject: Metering Blocks
 Post Posted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:39 pm 
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I would not normally post this, but BLP has some blemished metering blocks on sale that would be good for an E85 project.


Blow-Out Sale This week only! (Visual Anodizing Blemish)
These blocks are great for the custom carburetor builder that is looking for a budget billet block.
Limited Supplies... All blocks are sold as-is (All blocks have visual anodize blemish on side (No functional issues)
Fixed Emulsion Billet Gas And Alky Metering Blocks. Specs as Follows:

Part Number -51241G ($40.00)
Gas: (All Anodized Black w/ Grey Side block-out)
2 Circuit 4 Hole Emulsion (All Holes Fixed .026)
All Blocks have power valve provision PV Restriction .061
Main Well Exit Size .140
Jet Size Std 1/4-32 thread pitch
All Blocks are non assembled...

Part Number -51351G ($40.00)
Alky (All Anodized Black w/ Grey Side block-out)
2 Circuit 3 Hole Emulsion (All Holes Fixed .029)
All blocks have power valve provision.
Jet Size Std 5/16-32 thread pitch
Main Well Exit Size .188


The gas blocks would be good for a gas Dominator after threading the lower idle feed and emulsion bleeds and enlarging the mainwell exits, or a 4150 on E85 with a little larger exit. The methanol 4150 blocks are good for an E85 Dominator, similar to what I run. The only thing they would need for an E85 Dominator is threading the idle feed and emulsion. I bought 10 sets of gas and 6 sets of alky blocks.

The blocks had a laser etched customer name that went out of business, they re etched them to cover it up. Only thing wrong with them.

I hope to have more info soon, we did som dyno testing with some gas carbs on a 355, a couple more to do. After that we attack E85, hope to add some info on calibrations afterwards.


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